The SEC charged New York City-based trader Haena Park with defrauding investors out of millions of dollars by misrepresenting her investment track record, the profitability of her investments, and her use of investor funds. The SEC alleges that Park touted her supposedly profitable futures and foreign exchange trading strategy when soliciting friends, family, former Harvard classmates, and individuals with connections to them. She pooled investor finds and incurred heavy trading losses month after month in the futures and forex markets, yet repeatedly told investors that their investments were profitable and sent them monthly account statements showing fictitious profits. She raised at least $14 million from more than 30 investors since 2012, and has suffered more than $16 million in trading losses during that time. SEC
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